New York City has stood at the forefront of the American imagination for decades. Artists, filmmakers, intellectuals, designers and more have long tried to capture the essence of the city, obsessing over its skyline, dramatizing its streets and immortalizing the diversity of people that call the five boroughs home. But the task is impossible; just as you think you’ve pinned New York City down it reinvents itself, becoming something new to explore all over again.

Just like the thousands of immigrants that swarmed the docks of Ellis Island, millions come to New York each year to experience all the excitement this flourishing city has to offer.


G2G Collection Members may select from one of two spectacular one bedroom suites at The Pierre, with the additional option of adding an adjoining bedroom. Located on the desirable Upper East Side, The Pierre is one of New York’s grande dame hotels, offering neo-renaissance architectural details and a storied history.

Prominently positioned at the most coveted address, 61st and Fifth Avenue, overlooking Central Park, The Pierre is by far the best location in Manhattan. This iconic hotel recently reopened following an impressive $100 million renovation debuting new guestrooms and bath interiors. All suites have been transformed to feature a warm, inviting residential-style décor. High ceilings and abundant natural light evoke a gracious, airy experience. Hand-carved carpets ensure comfort and superb acoustical sound control. The latest in modern conveniences include interactive flat panel televisions in bedrooms, living rooms and bathrooms; the Bose Home Theatre system with iPod docking stations; high-speed wired and wireless Internet access; executive desks with built-in data and power outlets; and electronic safes with power outlets that accommodate laptops. The residential feel of the hotel makes The Pierre the perfect pied-à-terre for those who desire the quintessential Manhattan experience.


The following are all within a 15-minute walk of The Pierre:

  • Central Park, one of the world’s most impressive urban sanctuaries, offers outdoor activities, such as jogging, horseback riding, ice-skating, boating, croquet, tennis and free concerts and theater.
  • Across Central Park, the Upper West Side features charming brownstones, intimate cafés and some magnificent private mansions built for the Vanderbilts and the Whitneys.
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts is a distinctive 14-acre complex, housing the Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic and the New York City Ballet.
  • Glamorous Fifth Avenue offers the ultimate New York experience, with its fabulous shopping, sightseeing and people watching.
  • John D. Rockefeller built the historic Rockefeller Center in the 1930's. With more than 100 breathtaking works of art, it houses NBC, Radio City Music Hall and the famous flag-lined sunken plaza.
  • The Museum of Modern Art is a bright and airy six-story structure, built around a sculpture garden. Its outstanding collection includes painting, sculpture, photography, architecture and decorative arts.
  • The Museum of Television and Radio covers programs from more than 80 years of television and radio history that visitors may watch or listen to in one of 23 booths.
  • Carnegie Hall is acknowledged as one of the World’s most celebrated concert venues.
  • Trump Tower, the tallest concrete structure in New York, includes walkways, hanging gardens, an 80-foot waterfall, a striking atrium and an elegant collection of fashion, food and gift shops.
  • Along Madison and Lexington Avenues, between 57th and 72nd streets, the Upper East Side offers world-renowned designer shops and stores filled with unique items.
  • The Frick collection, housed in a 1914 mansion, includes paintings, by Gainsborough, Titian and others acquired by steel magnate Henry Clay Frick.
  • With two spires over 300-feet high, Gothic-style St. Patricks Cathedral is one of the largest churches in the United States.
  • The Whitney Museum of American Art features the world’s preeminent collection of 20th century American Art, including artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Edward Hopper and Alexander Calder.
  • The Art Deco Radio City Music Hall is America’s largest theater, with seating for 6,000. Home to the fabled Rockettes, it hosts many theatrical productions and live concerts.
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